Troubles for Indian no-frills airline SpiceJet do not seem to end. While there is a winding-up petition filed by Credit Suisse AG against the airline currently being heard in the Supreme Court of India, the airline has recently been settling some of the many lawsuits...
Indian no-frills carrier SpiceJet has entered into a settlement deal with De Havilland Canada (DHC). The Canadian company had earlier this year taken SpiceJet to UK courts to recover $42.9 million for failing to make pre-delivery payments after ordering 25 Dash-8-400...
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet is exploring options to introduce a couple of Boeing 777-200ERs to kickstart its long-haul fleet plans. The airline has recently operated various flights across the world using air bubble rights granted by the Indian government for...
Financially-beleaguered Indian no-frills carrier SpiceJet has been ordered to wind up its operations by the Madras High Court, in an order passed earlier this week. The Madras High Court has also asked the official liquidator to take over the low-cost airline’s...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During November, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 30 – Australia will extend a...
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